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to a new report by the southern poverty law center, we know that anti-government patriot groups are now at an all-time high in this country. we need to pay attention to this, folks. the increase in threats on the president of the united states and other government targets is similar to the period of time before the oklahoma city bombing. researchers are out front, asking the american government to create an interagency task force to deal with the problem before it's too late. so let's just break down a few numbers here. in 2008, there were only 149 known militia groups in this country. last year this were 1,360, more than eight times as many. houston, we got a problem. and as you can see from the southern poverty law center's chart, the last time we saw this number of armed nationalist groups was in the clinton years. it was a similar spike back in 1995, just as we are seeing today. now the president of the southern poverty law center has written a letter to the department of homeland security and the justice department recommending two departments combine resources to protect against a
. but are there dark clouds on the horizon? >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law finally faces a judge in new york. and there's some lawmakers that are very unhappy about that, i.e., new york versus guantanamo? >>> later in the show, dr. andrew weil is our guest, he has a stunning critique of health care in america tonight. let's go "outfront." good friday evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, rays of economic sunshine. history on wall street with the dow soaring more than 2% this week to a record high. and news that the unemployment rate in america fell from 7.9% to 7.7%. that's actually the lowest level we've seen in four years. rosier than even the rosiest of forecasts. so we're on the up and up, right? all this stuff about forced spending cuts was just a bunch of b.s.? well, remember when president obama issued this warning a few weeks ago? >> people will lose their jobs. the unemployment rate might tick up again. >> all right, today's report, and this is important, is based on data from last month, before the cuts went into effect. so the president could still be right. and
against the defense of marriage act which he signed into law in 1996. the legislation defines marriage as between a man and a woman. now clinton wants the supreme court to declare it unconstitutional. in an opinion piece to "the washington post," clinton questions if the act goes against the principles of freedom, equality and justice. he writes "as a president who signed the act into law, i have come to believe that the defense of marriage act is contrary to those principles and in fact incompatible with our constitution." >>> residents along the northeast still battling the latest blast of winter weather. you could see it in dan lothian's live shot lots of wind, from new york to new england, snow expected to turn to rain as temperatures rise before clearing out tomorrow. wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour also likely. meteorologist samantha mohr joins us now. parts of massachusetts and connecticut have had more than a foot of snow. any relief in sight? >> it will be a long day in boston, don. heavy snow is reported at this hour with the north winds close to 20 so it's blowing that
measure's guns. would they love them too much. bulls. ridiculous laws pop up around the united states. whether it be a seven round limit going into the gun three day waiting period. other things called the narc laws. if you don't tell on somebody else in your office place that has a gun you yourself can be fired. these are these crazy laws. this is one more step to try to limit the use of gun control in this country. >> also the idea of this law, too. is to send a message. the message is that people that purchase ammunition has something wrong with. they they are angry and need therapy. >> therapy. if you use the same rationale that they are going to use with gun control to other things in life. like when you turn 16, more than likely you are going to get a speeding ticket at some point in your life. put you in defensive driving school and put you saturdays. 21 get your first drink or buy your first bottle of wine. might become alcoholic. put new alcoholic's anonymous. considering that cardiovascular disease is the number one. when you go to buy your first stick of butter weight loss
't explain the law very well. the u.s. government cannot randomly target american citizens on u.s. soil or anywhere else. if mr. paul wants to be taken seriously, he needs to do more than pull political stunts that fire up more than impressionable libertarian kids in their college dorms. he needs to know what he's talking about." >> here's the response, erin. that editorial goes on to say that they can't target americans, unless we designate them as enemy combatants, which begs the question, who gets to make the judgment who's an enemy combatant and who's not? who gets to make the judgment, oh, he's associated with terrorists. if you write an e-mail to your cousin in lebanon and they might be a terrorist or they might have friends who are terrorists, somehow, you are without getting a trial by jury. these are the same two senators that argued in favor of indefinite detention, which means, and i asked senator mccain this directly, i said, does this mean you could take an american citizen, without a trial, and send them to guantanamo bay for the rest of their life, without ever charging t
to residency. for him, jeb bush argues this isn't about the particular but to get it signed into law. >> so do you think there's a significant difference between marco rubio who clearly is on board for a path way to citizenship? >> there is a difference in terms of the proposal that jeb bush makes but i think ultimately if jeb bush were in the senate or were the president, i don't think it would matter. i think he's showing that he's flexible. some might call it a flip-flop and as far as jeb bush is concerned, we need to do something, something needs to be accomplished. he doesn't seem to be bothered by the criticism. his position is, look, the system we have right now does not work. whatever we come forward and propose as a solution is better than the unworkable reality of today. >> we'll have more during the 6:00 p.m. hour including the possibility, he's leaving it open, that he may run for presidency in 2016. is there a third bush potentially in the run for president? we'll talk about that. thank you, jake. >> thank you, wolf. >>> two states have legalized drug use. washington needs to crac
are -- they have the absolute right to choice. and it is the law of the land. so that is where we are with that subject. now, on the gay rights, here is how i feel about that. ten years ago, this was a huge issue, absolutely huge issue. ten years from now it will not be a huge issue. it's the fastest movement of a wave of understanding, of pure rights and equal protection under the law. >> even in south carolina you think there has been an attitude change? >> there has definitely been an attitude change in south carolina. and we see it moving rapidly, as a matter of fact. now south carolina is a state that does not -- does not allow same-sex marriage. but we'll see where that takes us in ten years. there is a definite movement, a definite change of attitude in south carolina, yes. >> okay. let's say you win the primary, and then it's, of course, i would pick maybe mark sanford on the other side. i don't know what the polling is there, but it would certainly be great to see you defeat him. could you defeat him? >> well, ed, let me be really clear about something first. we have got
. this time, the son-in-law. he has been brought to the united states. so, how did they find him? and what is he saying tonight? abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross has been reporting the story all day. >> reporter: in the world of al qaeda, he was the guy who married the boss' daughter, which gave him a place of prominence next to osama bin laden. but sulaiman abu ghaith never took over the family terror business and became better known as the loudmouth son-in-law. the al qaeda spokesman who proclaimed his delight in this video over the 9/11 attacks on the united states. there wasn't even a reward posted for the son-in-law on the u.s. rewards for justice terrorism website. but the cia has been tracking abu ghaith for years, according to u.s. officials, as he moved first from afghanistan to iran and then, in january, into turkey, where he was arrested based on a u.s. tip. >> once he left iranian territory and got into turkey, with very close monitoring by u.s. government agencies, he was -- his days were numbered. >> reporter: the turks then sent abu ghaith to jordan, where,
unemployment rate of the obama's presidency. osama bin laden's son-in-law faces charges in a new york city courtroom near ground zero. critics say there's a et abouter way to bring him to justice. >>> and justin bieber's on-stage health scare. an ending to a bad week. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." wall street just closed another record-setting day with the dow jones industrials hitting a new all-time high. this after the release of the february jobs numbers that were much better than so many of the analysts expected. america's unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. that's the lowest level since december 2008, the month before president obama took office. the u.s. economy added 236,000 jobs last month. that's almost double the new hires in january. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange. >> the markets are happy about it. the dow, wolf, continues to make history. the strong jobs report fueling the dow. today's close marks the fourth straight all-time high this week. these bulls, they just keep on running. look at the dow. it's now 200 points above the initial high we we
: well, jan brewer did was take the language from the federal law and apply it to her state. that's really all she did. >> i don't know if she is who you're talking about, but last word. >> let's just say we have a positive agenda rather than constantly appearing to be reactionary when we're not. >> sean: guys, good to see you. governor, a rare appearance, get you up here. good to see you, clint. >> thanks, sean. >> sean: that's all the time we have this evening. and thank you for being with us, let not your heart be troubled. greta is next to go on the record. see you here tomorrow night. greta, take it away. >> greta: tonight, president obama says he's not a dictator. but rush limbaugh says the commander-in-chief left something out. what is it? >> barack obama is not interested in compromise, bipartisanship, getting along. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> the only thing obama cares about and the only thing he's ever cared about is no opposition. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> every time i hear him say he's not a dictator, he doesn't complete the state
that would occur. we have within the united states the ability to use our law enforcement capacity. >> sean: no intention? hard to imagine. why can't he just say no? now, senator ted cruz was so baffled by holder's comments and contradictions he pressed the attorney general even further. watch this. >> do you have a legal judgment on whether it would be constitutional to kill a u.s. citizen on u.s. soil in those circumstances? >> a person who has engaged in the way that this person sitting at the cafe, not doing anything imminently, the use of lethal force would not be appropriate, would not be something that-- >> i find it remarkable that you still will not give an opinion on the constitutionality. let me who have onto the next topic because we've gone round and round. >> let me be clear, i thought i was saying no, all right? no. >> sean: wait a minute, what exactly is the attorney general's position on this matter? first he says it's hard to imagine a situation where drones would be used in the u.s., then he says, such an action would be inappropriate and then he sort of implies it would
in the land. first nominated to the d.c. your yut court in 2011, and graduate of princeton and georgetown law has been waiting for an up or down vote for 720 days. every republican senator, except for one, lisa murkowski voted to block her nomination. president obama made his displeasure known. quote, "i am deeply disappointed that despite support from a majority of the u.s. senate, minority of senators continues to block the nomination of katilyn halligan. today's vote continues. the white house also released statistics showing the difference in average wait times between president obama's district court nominees and those of his predecessor. the obstruction pushed democrats, including dick durbin to rethink the decision to not overhaul the filibuster process at the start of this term zoosh i feel sorry for her. i hate to suggest this, but if this is an indication of where we're headed, we need to revisit the reforms. i'm sorry to say it because i was hopeful that a bipart sflan approach to dealing with these issues would work. >> um, richard, who is going to get their paperwork handled firs
on this program we showed you this chart from the southern poverty law center. the number of extreme militia groups in america is at an all-time high. record high. now, today everyone is lathered up and talking about how senator rand paul is so fantastic in his filibuster to delay the confirmation of cia chief john brennan. but let's not forget what rand paul actually said when he took to the senate floor to talk about the obama administration's drone program and policy of targeted killings. this is what has me fired up tonight. >> that americans could be killed in a cafe in san francisco or in a restaurant in houston or at their home in bowling green, kentucky is an abomination. it is something that should not and cannot be tolerated in our country. >> tolerated? anybody talking about doing that? rand paul goes to the well of the senate and fuels the very nut jobs we heard about from the southern poverty law center. the senator from kentucky, you know what he is doing? he is inflaming the extremists by saying that the government might execute drone strikes on any american who might take a s
in the intelligence community. but the law itself should not be kept secret. and it's this fight against secret law that has been so important. it shouldn't have taken seven requests. that's how many i made, rachel, over a two-year period to get this kind of information. now, i will tell you just in the last few days, the letter from mr. brennan was quite forthright on the question of making sure that he didn't believe the cia could use drones in the united states. the letter from mr. holder, while moving in the right direction, he in effect said he could only see using the military against what would amount to a foreign attack in the united states like pearl harbor. there still are some unanswered question there's. that's what we're going to have to keep digging into. i think you saw today those efforts will be bipartisan. >> senator ron wyden of oregon. that distinction that you're making there, the difference between secret operations and secret law is one that for all these different ways of resistance i believe is really starting to sink in, and the way people talk than in a way that i think i
and that if we needed to deal with the terrorist threat in the united states, we would use local law enforcement or the fbi or other means to deal with that threat. >> let me play what the attorney general had to say because this is important. senator paul said i'm not going to halt the nomination if i get a detect answer. eric holder sent him a letter in response. eric holder did during a senate hearing this morning. here is what the attorney general said. >> what i said in the letter was that the government has no intention to carry out any drone strikes in the united states. it's hard for me to imagine a situation in which that would occur. we have within the united states the ability to use our law enforcement capacity. the use of drones is from my perspective, something that is entirely, entirely hypothetical. >> mike, entirely hypothetical and hard for me to imagine. i understand tommy's point that those seem to say no, but it's not a one-word answer. no. >> i'm glad to hear from tommy that the president has ruled this out. i was almost relieved to hear from attorney general holder he said
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'll be killing people in restaurants tonight or in their house tonight. but this is about the rule of law. it's not so much about him. it's not so much about john brennan. it's having rules so that some day if we have the misfortune of electing someone you do not trust, electing someone who might kill innocent people, who might kill people that they disagree with politically or might kill people of another ethnic group, we're protected. there is no ultimate tablt of me to stop this nomination. i'm already getting tired. and i don't know how long i'll be able to do this. >> as the day worn on, he was joined by a number of republican colleagues. among them, marco rubio, mitch mcconnell. code pink. the tea party-backed group freedom works. our own chuck todd tweeted -- best illustrated by a democrat who has raised similar concerns about the drone program. he joined rand paul. >> i think senator paul and i agree that this nomination, also provides a very important opportunity for the united states senate to consider the government's rules and policies on the targeted killings of americans. the ex
with a reason to pass bicycling law. according to science, he's completely wrong one study said that driving car produces ten times more co2 emissions than riding a bike. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now tracking the weather. another storm. >> the very unpopular -- >> why do you say that? >> who wants to hear about a snowstorm in the march. this morning the snowstorm is going to move across the country over the next 3 1/2, 4 days. it's already on its way. this is just the beginning of this storm, today the worst travel, north dakota and minnesota. and portions of iowa. temperatures are cold enough for snow to accumulate. winter storm watches in northern portions of virginia, including washington, d.c. and baltimore. an updated winter storm warning for the greater chicago area, this is the target zone of this storm as it makes its trek to the east coast. chicago, for all snow. lot more questions about how much snow is going to accumulate. it may mix with rain for coastal areas of virginia. this swath of snow. the white is three to six inches. widespread through minneapolis down thro
and appropriate under the constitution and the applicable laws of the united states for the presidents of the rise the military to use lethal force within the territory of the united states. his filibuster is, as i said, still going. now into its eighth hour. while saying repeatedly that he is only looking for the attorney-general of the president himself to clarify whether not american citizens who have not been classified as in the combatants could legally and constitutionally be targeted in the view of the administration. fellow republican senator among others along with democrat ron wyden all have participated in the filibuster to this point. here is senator mike lee of utah questioning the attorney general's response to senator paul's questions. >> no one can reasonably look into this and decide who the government may kill with a draw renter the government may not care what the drone. lou: senator ted crews the tax is accusing the white house of threatening an outright power grab. >> and i would suggest that any time power is irrigated in one place in the executive that liberty is threatened.
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's center of law and justice, jay sekulow, and adjunct, from a liberal institution, mark hannan is here, guys, welcome back. >> hey, sean. >> sean: let me -- this is where we're giving ultimately 1.5 billion so let's just take the kerry promise this weekend of 450 million dollars. okay? so, we're going to give 450 million -- million taxpayer dollars to a guy that referred to the israelis as descendents of apes and pigs, he is part of the muslim brotherhood a terrorist organization, a 9/11 truther. now, i have a list hereof things that we can better spend this money on and we'll put it up on the screen, mark, like 200 million for procurement of ammunition for the army and 59 million for marshal service salaries and expenses, 53 million for food safety and inspection services. you get the point and maybe we can spend the other billion on the kids that are poor or the kids that are disabled, as the president said we had h'd be cug from. why should we give it it to him and not our own military. >> sean, there's absolutely no question that there's deserving programs listed on the screen. >>
retirement. a sharp contrast to the real harm inflected on seniors by the president's health care law. that's their quote. no longer 55? it's in or near retirement, which can mean whatever paul ryan wants it to mean. moderate republicans in the gop a little bit nervous tonight. an anonymous republican lawmaker who was in the meeting with ryan told "the hill" republicans made commitments to their constituents at age 55. if they go back on their promise, it will be problematic for many of them. well, that's good news for democrats. you can't trust these guys anyway. john boehner, you think he cares? no, he doesn't care. when he was asked about the new medicare plan, he completely brushed it off. >> i think we'll let them work it out, and we'll see what outcome they get. >> sure, let them work it out. boehner doesn't have to commit to any changes. he feels extremely safe. as long as house districts are gerrymandered in his favor, and they are. this is why republicans continue to obstruct with plans like the ryan budget. they don't want to change the status quo when the rich are doing so doggon
mccain says enough is enough. he joins us to talk about that and osama bin laden's son-in-law on american soil. >> i believe he's an enemy combatant and he should be in guantanamo. >> growing pains, passing out, smoking pot, fighting with photographers. what's really going on with justin bieber? >> what did you say? >>menounos knows him well. she joins me. >> and also clive davis and his love for women and men. >> found that the attitude in general towards bisexuality is you're either gay, you're straight, our you're lying. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. the stage is set for dramatic trial in new york city. osama bin laden's son-in-law and mouth piece is in a manhattan jail after pleading not guilty to terrorism charges. it's the first toom new yorkers got to see him face-to-face, and it comes on a very busy day on america's security front. also stinging criticism of the t tsa allowing small knives and bats on planes. they say passengers should be allowed to go on board with battle-axes and even machetes. a lot of people are stunned by it, including my first
terror attack in u.s. history. now the son-in-law of osama bin laden is in the very city where al qaeda struck its deadly blow. he's now being held in new york city by federal authorities after being captured in jordan last week. cnn's crime and justice correspondent joe johns is coming in right now. what do you know? >> a member of the al qaeda inner circle, 47 years old, he's married to one of osama bin laden's daughter. he was born in kuwait but stripped from of his citizenship after the 9/11 attacks, though it's not clear at all how much, if anything, he had to do with the 9/11 attacks. he was taken into custody and held in jordan and apparently turned over to u.s. authorities only last week and that is how he made his way to new york. >> this is a guy who was a high school teacher in kuwait who shortly before 9/11 popped up in afghanistan and started, you know, speaking in videotapes, made a number of threatening comments and disappeared. he's had, as i'm air wa, no operation in al qaeda or in the decade since. obviously there are civil charges against him. >> he is expected to app
. we're going back to you at hq. >> thank you. attorney general eric holder, top law enforcement making a statement that has us scratching our head. eamon javers, live in washington. eamon? >> a surprise question with eric holder on whether some banks are what they call too big to jail. whether the size of financial institutions inhibits department of justice from going after them for fear of economic consequences. take a look what they said just in the hour. >> i'm concerned about the size of some of the institutions becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them, when we are hit with indications that if you do prosecute, if you do bring a criminal charge, it will have a negative impact on the national economy perhaps even the world economy. >> now, holder went on to tell senate judiciary committee that the size inhibit them to what they call resolutions. tyler and sue, i can tell you that there are senators on capitol hill, including chuck grassley, who are very upset by that. they say it is not the department of justice's job to take on economic conditions. t
cyber crime laws. their efforts to boost security inside the government. dagen: putting a wet blanket over our nation's capital. connell: time for stocks now. good morning, nicole. nicole: good morning. what a day on wall street. obviously, another exciting day for the bulls out there. you are seeing so many stocks in the green. the bank stocks doing very well. the tech heavy nasdaq is pulling back as well. the nasdaq had been down for four days. when i think of hess, i think of names like google. obviously, not a bad day for the bulls. packing onto yesterdays gains. dagen: thank you. connell: the question after the record close for the dow is how long will this rally last. dagen: we are joined by charles payne and elizabeth macdonald. charles is on every day, you, elizabeth, are not. elizabeth, what do you say? liz: this market is retracing the exact same pattern it did in 2011, 2012. he is saying, you know, watch the members of the dow. the fact that aig, citigroup, gm are no longer in the dow really matter to him. private margins will not hit the peak levels they sell in 2011 and 2
for traditional medicare. neil: we are paying more for health care right now and the cost of the law itself is higher than it was billed. >> let's take a look at the medicare advantage piece i am taught me about. why does it make any fiscal sense? pay 14% more for the same level of service, that is just a fundamental budgetary issue. neil: i always see they both seem to recognize the administration and paul ryan needed to rein in growth of medicare. the eye of the beholder of who'o is doing the job and who is not. i just see a lot of shifting going around whether americans step back from this and say the ryan ship makes sense, what say you? >> it is a terrible thing being in ryan's shoes right now because the media is going to attack what he is coming up with and organizing for action obama's new group, rallied the seniors, demonize this like throwing the meat to the sharks. you will see a massive fight, and yet when you look at the reality, we all recognize we have to do major changes in entitlement and medicare reform. neil: every time someone does, they are jack the ripper. what i'm aski
it couldn't be done! today president obama signed into law the reauthorization of the violence against women act. finally. it took a long time, but it finally got done. and it got done in the end mostly because republican leaders in the house decided to get out of the way. look, when it passed in the house, it got more democratic votes than republican votes. that is usually not how it works. usually the party in control in the house won't allow something to come up for a vote unless their own side is for it. but in this case republican leaders in the house decided to get out of the way. they folded. and as a result we got a rare signing ceremony today in washington. i almost feel like i will jinx it if i point it out, but things are actually sort of starting to happen in washington. and they are happening, i think, to the extent that things can get done around the republican leadership in washington. look at this. this very short piece of tape. but watch carefully. >> that is him. >> that was him. >> it was? >> yeah. >> was that him? yeah, it was. really? was that him? yeah. him. the him in
of like if you're not for all of these incredible changes to the laws, perhaps even the constitution, that you are de facto aiding and abetting any mass shooting. and it's felt like this from immediately, like there were people out there who never did like the second amendment, and they found an opportunity to go ahead and make this sort of harsh, you know, move against people who rightfully own guns. and by the way, 99 percent of these lawful gun owners don't commit any crimes. so i do think it is finger pointing -- >> well, if you let me say something, i don't know about the other people, all i know about is this legislation -- charles: but what's the purpose for the anger management course? >> it doesn't point fingers at anyone. it does not ban any guns. it does not ban any ammunition. it just says let's look inside and see what triggers, what triggers may be, may be that would cause me to reach for my gun. charles: okay, senator gibson, what if i have an anger management issue? can i have a gun? i've never committed a crime, i've never hurt anyone, but i fly off the handle every today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law on your side. and make your business dream a reality. he's going to apply testosterone to his underarm. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. do not use if you have prostate or breast cancer. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count; ankle, feet, or body swelling; enlarged or painful breasts; problems breathing while sleeping; and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness
this drone above 400 feet within three miles of an airport violates federal guidelines, possibly even the law. with technology improving and prices dropping, the government worries many more will be taking off. new rules are being considered, but with drones easily available, will those rules be enough to keep our skies safe? david kerley, abc news, washington. >>> and coming up, guess who's back? a big return for princess leia, next. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse wh
. we have a problem of spending. the fact that we can produce a budget, which is required by law. the sequestration and continuing resolutions are all self-inflicted wounds. melissa: can you imagine a major corporation in america that did not have a financial plan? it is amazing. all those shareholders would go away. thank you for coming on. we appreciate it. lori: this is your still. melissa: whether or not the wealthiest should pay even more taxes. lori: it is a great conversation. i was not expecting that. it is good to be google. shares of the tech giant searching for higher ground. melissa: states raffling with big decisions. lori: let take a look at metals. no real reaction. virtually unchanged. back after this. ♪ friday night, buddy. you are gonna need a wingman. and my cash back keeps the party going. but my airline miles take it worldwide. [ male announcer ] it shouldn't be this hard. with, it's easy to search hundreds of cards and apply online. lori: quarter after. it is time for another edition of market now. sandra smith on the floor
in this evening as interim president. osama bin laden's son-in-law was bin laden's spokesperson. he was caught in jordan eight days ago. he was brought to the u.s. those are your headlines. let's get you back down to tracy and ashley. ashley: thank you so much. there is a new sheriff in town. his name is scott pruitt. oklahoma attorney general is attacking some of the biggest issues in business. one of the first to challenge president obama's affordable care act. now he is arguing the constitutionality of dodd-frank reform. he is joining us now. thank you so much for joining us. why do you say that dodd-frank is unconstitutional? >> well, actually, there are multiple parts. there is a challenge to title i, title ii and title x. the states are only focused on title ii. title ii is that liquidation authority that is granted to the secretary. if they select a surgeon institution to liquidate, there is only a 24 hours notice for a federal judge to intervene and stop that. what is even more egregious is the states that have invested in some of those institutions do not ever received notice. it is a
, let me start with you. this is the first big step in getting real gun law legislation passed. what does this mean to you? >> it's only saying that there's so much more work that needs to be done. and the cause to the awareness is necessary. >> john -- steven, i'm sorry, you were a survivor as well as you work with the mayor's against illegal guns? >> right. and when i hear caroline talk about more work to be done, senator john curran, let's go there, first. he claimed that store purchasing isn't a big deal. watch what he had to say. >> my concern is that this built is a solution in search of a problem. straw purchasing for purpose of directing guns to people who cannot legally attain them is already a crime. a solution in search of a problem. let me show you how -- >> if they're caught, they only get 0-5 years of jail time. that's a big deal. 30%. guns are being bought legally and making their way into the hands of criminals. i think that you've got to say that's a major problem. >> absolutely. i mean, i'd encourage the senator to spend 5 minutes on any one of the streets of any on
in america. we do have laws and we follow the rule of law and he was not getting the answers. the mechanism that is available to him is what he did. i commend him for it . by his actions to get the answers, he got the answer he needed. there needs to be a policy and full and clear transparency when it comes to the use of drones on u.s. soil. >> senator scott brown, you are about to go back to an event that you stepped away from . tell us where you are going. i want our audience to understand where you will be tonight. >> thank you, it is an event for a lot of the fallen heros and people that served our country. it is something that i enjoyed. they do a wonderful job to help soldiers and it is always fun. any time you can help our men and women that are serving, they deserve the help. as you know, we are still in a war and people are hurting. we have ptsb and suicide and other thing thags we are trying to identify here . loved ones are picking up the pieces and thank you for everything that you are talking about. i know cardinal omauly -- o' malley and wish him well. >> you started off senat
gingrich who was his own contributor and his boss' son-in-law. i think you're dealing with somebody who is unfiltered, refreshingly, politically incorrect to be in politics. i think it's going to be an interesting book. it gives you a good behind-the-scenes look at media and some of the political world and parts of it i found endearing. why is he doing this? i i don't know roger ailes but it is endearing to me that somebody who is 72 and looking at his mortality regrets his 10-year-old son grow up. >> he does say i'm a good journalist. >> he is an equal opportunity critiquer. >> he's blunt and a very, very smart guy. he's done an amazing job over at fox news. nobody can deny that. he said i wear a 42 short as far as my suit is concerned. it's a 42 regular. just want to be precise on that. but he is a very smart guy. quick thought from -- >> and good being looking suits they are, wolf. >> thank you. quick thought from you, anna, first, and then van. what's going on with cpac, this conservative political action conference. they invite donald trump but they don't invite chris christie. wha
, that is not doing his job. that is not enforcing the federal law. and instead of saying i'll work with you, i'll help you, like ronald reagan would have, it's i told you so. i'm from new jersey. i told you so. that's basically what the president is doing to the american people when he does this. >>steve: judge, you're saying the president of the united states is deliberately inflicting pain on people? for instance, how many school groups saved for the last year or so so they could go to washington, d.c. during the cherry blossom season, tour the white house, among other things, and now that's closed because it costs $18,000 a week? and the white house wants to save that money. >> how about taking the $50 million that janet napolitano -- cousin janet. kidding. we're not related. spent on new uniforms for t.s.a. agents and allowing those schoolkids be able to visit the white house during the spring break. the president is micro managing the white house in a way consistent with his message of pain. not consistent with his constitutional obligation to enforce the laws whether he agrees with them
states, the rules would be different because u.s. forces would have, in terms of law enforcement or even military, much greater access. so he kept talking about not killing someone, an american, at a cafe, in their home when they're sleeping. at times when there is not an imminent threat. it is a very narrow piece of the argument. but as the hours went on and on, more members of the senate seemed to support the stand he was taking. and just so everyone is clear, you cannot sit down. and you effectively cannot stop talking, although other members came in and did sort of speechify a little bit to give him a break. some brought him throat lozenges and water, and he had a candy bar or two that he would quickly take a bite of, but he was never allowed to leave to use the restroom. close to 13 hours. people respected the effort in that. it is a very narrow issue. he kept saying, why is it difficult for the administration to answer the question, if it's not an imminent threat, if it is an american citizen who is not immediately plotting something, why can't they say that fifth amendment rights
now operate under the current law, et cetera, can withstand adverse economic circumstances. so i think that is very, very important. i think, incidentally they're well administered under the oversight of one of the federal reserve governors, governor dan turillo. that is very necessary under the current structure. what i and my colleagues at the dallas fed have advocated however is changing the rules that really deal with banks that are too big to fail because dodd-frank, its preamble and its purpose is to deal with too big to fail, we don't believe it solves the problem. we have a dozen banks in the country that have --. david: i think it is important what you just said, that point. even though the preamble about dodd-frank says it is about too big to fail it fails to deal with too big to fail? >> it fails to deal with too big to fail, that's a pretty good term. if you take the top dozen banks in the united states i consider too big to fail, they're operating at cost to funding advantage and other advantages than the 5500 community banks in this country and 70 or so regional banks bec
based on inside information. a woman worth hundreds of millions of dollars skirting the law to save just $40,000. at first in this infamous cbs interview, stewart refused to talk about it. >> i want to focus on my salad. >> reporter: then she fought the charges and lost. >> and i'll be back. >> reporter: five months in the clank. her company's stock tanked, as she told abc's cynthia mcfadden in a "nightline" interview. >> how much money? >> reporter: did i lose? it's inestimable. probably more than a billion dollars. of course. >> more than a billion dollars? >> yes. and if you add in what the company was worth, absolutely. i'm a major shareholder in the company. >> reporter: many thought she'd crumble in prison, but no. the other inmates called her m-diddy and she became their informal spokesperson. when she got out, she mounted an aggressive comeback campaign. >> i don't think i was a broken woman. i did what i had to do and came back and right into a company that had not failed, despite the wishes of some that it would. >> was it humiliating? >> no. no. no. i was never humiliated. >>
that parents and grandparents need to hear. some daycare workers will be breaking the law if they use a very common technique to put babies to sleep. i've used this technique myself for all three of my kids. >>> also, the epidemic of drug abuse with prescription pain meds. there is a voice we often don't get to hear of children. and you're going to meet an 89-year-old woman who is completely blind and she has this amazing story about how she was able to travel the world still. let's get started. ♪ >>> first up, a new documentary that takes a hard look at my profession. medicine. it's called the escapefire and makes a controversial case. it says doctors focus too much on money, do unnecessary procedures, don't spend enough time on basic prevention. case in point, a patient named de von, diagnosed in her 30s with heart disease who had bypass surgery 27 cardiac catheterizations and stents to keep her blood vessels open. then she ended up at the cleveland clinic where doctors got her cholesterol and blood pressure under control and they say counseling and diet and exercise helped yvonne lose 2
's law. they got you good, steve. >> yeah, they did. we're all laughing about it, aren't we. >> it's okay. it's just an international audience of viewers, millions around the world. let's get the road map for the next hour. dow hitting an all-time high for the next session. are new buyers really jumping in? when will the cyclicals start playing? top strategists on how to play the big bull run. >>> two firms citing growing concern over the retailer's so-called turn-around plan. is it too little too late at this point. >>> jefferies says best buy is a good buy here. we've got the analysts behind that call. >>> an exclusive interview with bp's ceo bob dudley. what does he think is next for the oil markets. >>> a new record here for the dow as we mentioned. records keep coming. importantly in today's session, new high in the transports being confirmed also by the dow. so a buy signal. let's bring in doug ramsey, director of research. art, i will start off with you. a lot of people might have missed this rally. what do you tell them? does it keep going? >> i think it does keep going. if histor
to do it? what do they you think? >> a lot of it depends whether they have the rule of law and political stability there as well as the political will at the very top. even if chavez people were to hold onto power after the election, it is predictable for those among them who say we need to open up to the private sector, investment, for run investment, capital, technology, expertise, to really renovate what's left of the petroleum sector. they do produce about 2 1/2, 2.4 million barrels a day but that is woefully underwhat their potential is. melissa: right. >> and i think they recognize that and they're missing the boat. there's, with oil at such high prices. melissa: yeah. >> they have rolled out the red carpet for the chinese and for the russians who are looking at oil as well as natural gas and so the chinese really have pulled up to the table here and are going to expect, particularly from a chavez government will expect a first right of refusal. melissa: stephen, could the chinese do it alone? is there any expectation the american companies get a toehold there. >> the american comp
not have to adhere to the minimum wage laws. they are in the process of auditing 6000 companies. the department of labor, the irs are hooking up with now 14 states to find these companies that have not properly classified their workers. the irs is losing billions. the department of labor is saying 30% of workers are misclassified. a big push. dennis: trying to improve the unemployment numbers. if you redefine them suddenly, our unemployment doesn't look so bad. liz: that is and interesting thing. cheryl: restaurant used. liz: restaurants, hotel companies, truckers, casinos. the penalty can be crippling. a 100% penalty on the business owner if -- for all the payroll taxes owed if they are found to be breaking the law here. the thing is, right now, the facts that the states are sharing information with the federal government -- i am telling you, you'll want to pay attention to this segment and watch it again on fox business. dennis: and other revenue collection effort. thank you very much. elizabeth macdonald. cheryl: it is a quarter till. of course, every 15 minutes we have sandr
book about immigration policy, bush and his co-author write "those who violated the law can remain but cannot obtain a cherished fruits of citizenship." in the book, bush continues, he says "a grant of citizenship is an undeserving reward for conduct that we cannot afford to encourage. however, illegal immigrants who wish to become citizens should have the choice of returning to their native countries and applying through normal immigration processes that now would be much more open than before." this is a far cry from jeb bush's position on a path to citizenship as recently as a year ago. >> you have to deal with this issue. you can't ignore it. and so either a path to citizenship, which i would support, and that does put me probably out of the mainstream of most conservatives, or a path to legalization, a path to residency of some time. >> less than six months ago, reporters wrote headlines like this -- jeb bush supports path to citizenship. today it's jeb bush, path to citizenship not needed. this flip-flop may look strange to the american mainstream, but for jeb bush, i guess y
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